3.1358 ARTCOM (74)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Fri, 4 May 90 16:32:11 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 3, No. 1358. Friday, 4 May 1990.

Date: Wed, 2 May 90 20:23:14 EDT
From: artcomtv@well.uucp (Artcom)
Subject: ARTCOM

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Welcome to ART COM, an online magazine forum dedicated to the
interface of contemporary art and new communication technologies.

Individuals and organizations are invited to submit information
for possible inclusion. We are especially interested in options
that can be acted upon: conferences, exhibitions, and
publications among other opportunities.

Please send submission as electronic mail in care of our WELL
address: artcomtv


[...] eds.

ART COM projects include:

ART COM MAGAZINE, an electronic forum dedicated to art and new
communication technologies.

ART COM ELECTRONIC NETWORK (ACEN) an electronic network dedicated
to contemporary art, featuring publications, online art gallery,
art information database, and bulletin boards.

ART COM SOFTWARE, international distributors of interactive video
and computer art.

ART COM TELEVISION, international distributors of innovative
video to broadcast television and cultural presenters.

CONTEMPORARY ARTS PRESS, publishers and distributors of books on
contemporary art, specializing in postmodernism, video, computer
and performance art.

ART COM, POB 193123 Rincon Center, San Francisco, CA, 94119-3123.
WELL E-MAIL: artcomtv TEL: 415.431.7524 FAX: 415.431.7841

[...] eds.

______________________ MENU OF CONTENTS ________________________

1. The Intelligent Machine as Anti-Christ. By Simon Penny.
2. Fred Truck's ArtEngine: a case study in the problematics
of software art. By Simon Penny.
3. Announcements - Events - Opportunities


[A complete version of this announcement is now available through the
fileserver, s.v. ARTCOM ANNOUNCE. You may obtain a copy by issuing
the command -- GET filename filetype HUMANIST -- either interactively or
as a batch-job, addressed to ListServ@Brownvm. Thus on a VM/CMS system,
you say interactively: TELL LISTSERV AT BROWNVM GET filename filetype
HUMANIST; if you are not on a VM/CMS system, send mail to
ListServ@Brownvm with the GET command as the first and only line. For
more details see the "Guide to Humanist". Problems should be reported
to David Sitman, A79@TAUNIVM, after you have consulted the Guide and
tried all appropriate alternatives.]